There are 2 translations of imprint in Spanish:

imprint1

n

/ˈɪmprɪnt/
  • 1 1.1 (physical) marca (f), huella (f) to leave an imprint on/in sth dejar una marca or huella en algo
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    • A red imprint marked my waist where my stockings' elastic had pressed.
    • She's leaning there, supported by the banister, swaying slightly, keys clutched leaving imprints in her right hand.
    • There were recent skid marks beneath the snow and frozen tire imprints in the ice, which coincided with the man's story.
    1.2 (intellectual, spiritual) huella (f), marca (f), impronta (f) [literary/literario]
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    • When this is compounded over time, the effect is a lasting imprint in the mind of the child - so much so that the child carries the experience with them into their adult life with disastrous results.
    • The imprints of these influences will not all be equally visible in adulthood and hence may be overlooked by studies that have information about individuals only in middle and old age.
    • The country will forever be poorer without Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela, but their imprint is so strong that we can follow the path of their leadership, even when they've moved on.
  • 2 [Publishing/Industria Editorial] a children's imprint (company) una editorial infantil (series of books) una colección infantil it is published under the Axis imprint se publica bajo el sello (editorial) de Axis
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    • These title pages generally provide the title of the play, the name of the dramatist, and the printer's device and imprint.
    • So English and Canadian readers will get books that are identical except for the imprint and copyright pages.
    • One day, quite by chance, I happened to look at the imprint of my copy and noticed it was a First Edition.
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    • Random House trade imprints now publish lead titles as print books and e-books simultaneously.
    • Major publishing houses responded to this trend by establishing imprints, such as DC's Vertigo, that publishes comics aimed at a mature audience.
    • Despite the good news, some authors worry about the message they are sending by publishing under imprints aimed at specific communities.

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adj
tireless …
Cultural fact of the day

Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.

There are 2 translations of imprint in Spanish:

imprint2

vt

/ɪmˈprɪnt/
  • 1.1 (physically) imprimir*
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    • His shoulder was bleeding heavily from the teeth marks that had been imprinted in his skin.
    • The outline of my hand is imprinted in red on her face.
    • Now she trod upon the dirt, imprinting her mark into the damp mud and fragments of brown snow, snow which all too often enticed her forwards into false light.
    1.2 (on mind) grabar her last words were imprinted on my memory sus últimas palabras (se) me quedaron grabadas en la memoria
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    • Only constant repetition will succeed in imprinting an idea on the memory of a crowd.
    • The picture of the murder scene was firmly imprinted in her mind.
    • Now that I'm a parent, I have to confront the fact that what I do not hide from my daughter in her first few years will imprint itself on her mind in unpredictable ways.

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Word of the day incansable
adj
tireless …
Cultural fact of the day

Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.